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    • Shot type/angle Description 1 Wide- shot/ eye level (EL) A shot that allows the audience to view a large part of a specific person/area; in this case an area. 2 Over-the-shoulder shot (EL) A shot to show the near perspective of the person the shot is being used for. Extreme-close up (EL) A shot used to entirely focus on a particular object, e.g. Sweetman’s guitar. Shot number 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mid-shot (EL) Close-up/ low-angle shot Long-shot (EL) Mid-shot/ low-angle shot Wide-shot/ low-angle shot Medium close-up/ lowangle shot 9 10 11 Mid-shot (EL) Wide-shot (EL) To focus on one object or person, though show a lot of it or the surrounding area. In this instance, to show the venue surroundingTweek. A shot focusing on one person or object. A shot to focus on multiple people or things, e.g. to introduce the artists as a band. The shot will be used here so Sweetman’s facial expression can be viewed as he plays guitar. The shot will be used here so that both Sweetman and a portion of the crowd can be viewed interacting. This shot will be used to see Tweek’s facial expression as he plays aggressively to bring across his passion. This shot will be used so that the audience can clearly see Sweetman’s actions in such a low-key lighting setting. This shot will be used so a portion of each band member is visible.
    • This shot is used for a focus on Aidan playing his bass. 12 Wide-shot (EL) 13 Long-shot (EL) This shot is used for another focus on the entire band. Close-up (EL) This shot is used to view Sweetman’s actions as he stomps his feet 14 15 Mid-shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used to focus on Sweetman and the audience mouthing the lyrics. 16 Close-up (EL) This shot is used so Aidan’s actions can be clearly seen. Two-shot (EL) This shot is used to both Sweetman and Tweek can be seen playing, but allows them to be seen in more detail. 17 18 Medium close-up (EL) 19 Close-up/ low-angle shot 20 Extreme-close up (EL) 21 Wide-shot (EL) 22 Close-up/ low-angle shot 23 Mid-shot (EL) 24 23 Close-up/ low-angle shot Close-up/ low-angle shot This shot is used so the audience can clearly view Sweetman’s actions. This shot is used so the audience can clearly view Sweetman’s actions. This shot is used so that the audience can clearly view Aidan’s bass. This shot is used so the viewer can observe the mass of the audience and their reactions as a crowd. This shot is used so Tweek’s facial expressions can be clearly viewed. This shot is used to show Aidan’s movements. This shot is used to show the audience’s actions and show how powerful they are as individuals. This shot is used to show Sweetman’s aggression
    • This shot is used so Tweek can be seen playing the drums; showing his aggression. 24 Wide-shot/ low-angle shot 25 Long-shot (EL) This shot is used so Aidan’s actions can be clearly seen. 26 Two-shot (EL) This shot is used so both Tweek and Sweetman can be seen. 27 Mid-shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used so Aidan can be seen passionately playing. 28 29 30 31 32 Wide-shot (EL) ““ Mid-shot/ low-angle shot Long- shot/ low-angle shot Two-shot (EL) This shot is used so both Sweetman and Tweek can be seen playing. Close-up/ low-angle shot 34 Wide-shot/ pan (EL) 36 This shot is used so Aidan’s facial expressions can be seen, but he can also be seen playing in sync, to make the music video appear more believable. This shot is used so the entire band can be seen playing. 33 35 This shot is used so that various members of the crowd can be viewed, though there isn’t enough shown so it appears more chaotic. Medium close-up/ lowangleshot Long shot/ high-angle shot This shot is used so Sweetman is clearly visible. This shot is used to make the crowd seem more energetic and cramped together. This shot is used so Tweek can be easily seen playing aggressively. This shot is used to see the actions of the audience; moving apart to prepare for the chorus to return in the song. HA shot used so all can be seen.
    • 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Long shot zoom to wideshot (EL) Wide- shot/ low-angle shot Mid-shot (EL) This is used to focus the attention from the crowd to Sweetman, who is dominant over them. This is used to show the entire band. This shot is used to focus the attention on Aidan and his bass line. Long shot (EL) This shot is used so that the entire band can be viewed Long shot (EL) This shot is used so that the entire band can be viewed, but in a different location. Medium close-up/ lowangle shot This shot is used so Tweek can be seen playing the drums aggressively. Extreme close-up (EL) Wide-shot/ low-angle shot Cut-in/ low-angle shot Wide-shot (EL) Close-up/ low-angle shot This shot is used to focus attention on Sweetman’s guitar. This shot is used to draw attention to the energy of the crowd. This shot is used to draw attention to Sweetman’s actions. This shot is used to show the whole band playing. This shot is used to show crowd participation and how dedicated they are to the band. Extreme close-up (EL) This shot is used to draw attention to Aidan’s bass. Long shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used to display the entire band. Two-shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used to focus on Tweek and Sweetman in greater detail. Mid-shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used to create relevance to the lyrics.
    • This shot is used to ensure Tweek can easily be seen playing passionately & seemingly intimidating. 52 Medium close-up (EL) 53 Wide-shot (EL) This shot is used to make the crowd seem intimidating and larger. 54 Mid-shot/ low-angle shot This shot is used so the audience can clearly view Aidan and connect with him. Two-shot/ pan (EL) This shot is used to show more than one band member in detail. 56 Wide-shot (EL) This shot is used so that Sweetman can be seen singing and playing his guitar. 57 Two-shot (EL) 58 Wide-shot (EL) 59 Mid-shot/ low-angle shot 60 Mid-shot/ pan (EL) 61 Close-up/ tilt/ low-angle shot 55 62 Wide-shot (EL) This shot is to show Aidan and Tweek playing their instruments. This shot is to show the entire band playing together. This shot is used to show Aidan playing his bass in more detail. This shot is used to show the entire band. This shot is used to show Sweetman singing in detail. This is used to show a final shot of the band together before the song ends.